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A Lump of Coal in the Internet’s Stocking: FCC Poised to Gut Net Neutrality Rules

In a new proposal issued last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set out a plan to eliminate net neutrality protections, ignoring the voices of millions of Internet users who weighed in to support those protections. The new rule would reclassify high-speed broadband as an “information service” rather...

The Senate’s Liberty Act Helps Close the “Backdoor”

Take the language of one NSA surveillance reauthorization bill and add a few strong reform proposals from another, and what do you get? A bill that helps protect Americans from the warrantless search of the content of their emails, text messages, and digital communications. On November 17, Senators Patrick Leahy...
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Treasury Department Concludes Fraud Investigation into ComputerCOP "Internet Safety" Software

Three years ago, EFF exposed how hundreds of law enforcement agencies were putting families at risk by distributing free ComputerCOP “Internet safety” software that actually transmitted keystrokes unencrypted to a third-party server. Our report also raised serious questions about whether the company was deceiving government agencies by circulating a...

The Stranger Unsealing

EFF is representing The Stranger, a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper, in a petition to unseal secret government electronic surveillance dockets and requests in the Western District of Washington federal court. The petition was filed in November 2017. The government routinely asks courts around the country for electronic surveillance warrants and...

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